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Western Governments are Evil.
The West is Evil.
Communism is great.


[Wall Street Journal]Dec. 23, 2022

France and U.K. Face Wave of Strikes During Peak Holiday Travel Season
British border-control agents walked off the job Friday, kicking off more than a week of strikes. French train cancellations follow industrial action there.
The U.K. and France braced for disruptions to holiday travel, as British border-control personnel went on strike and French rail workers walked off the job.  
Meanwhile, in France, train conductors began a strike on Friday demanding higher wages, in a move that threatens to leave tens of thousands of Christmas travelers stranded.
As British border-control agents walked off the job Friday, the country’s nursing union also set new dates for industrial action in January, as 2023 looks increasingly likely to see a continuation of the economic and political turmoil that has roiled the nation this year. 


[abc News]December 23, 2022

Strikes over pay disrupt Christmas travel in UK, France
Air travelers are facing possible delays at U.K. airports as government employees who check passports go on strike
Air travelers faced possible delays at U.K. airports Friday as government employees who check passports went on strike in the latest of a spate of walkouts over pay amid a cost-of-living crisis.
France braced for similar Christmas travel disruption, with a weekend rail strike starting to bite on Friday.


[Radio France Internationale (RFI)]27/12/2022
フランスは医者がストライキFrench doctors' collective calls for strike despite Covid, bronchiolitis and flu 'tripledemic'


[Radio France Internationale (RFI)]01/12/2022
医者及び研究者がフランス全土で国家レベルで歴史的なストライキFed up French doctors and lab workers stage historic nationwide strike




Updated: All the travel strikes still set to go ahead across Europe in December and January
Travel is set to be heavily impacted by industrial action during the busy festive period this year.
Rail and aviation unions are threatening strikes throughout December and January across Europe. It's likely to cause disruption as people attempt to get home for the holidays.
So where are strikes taking place in Europe this Christmas?
* International rail services: Eurostar strikes over Christmas
Eurostar strikes on 16 and 18 December have been called off to give union members time to vote on a new pay offer.
* フランスで起きるストライキはWhat strikes are happening in France this Christmas?
Train conductors and ticket collectors in France are threatening to strike because, according to Limon, they are “not considered in the same way train drivers are, even though we work three weekends a month and sleep away from home 10 nights a month.”
* イタリアで起きるストライキはWhat strikes are happening in Italy this Christmas?
From 12-16 December, workers across Italy are participating in strikes. 
* ポルトガルで起きるストライキはWhat strikes are happening in Portugal this Christmas?
After strikes by TAP Portugal cabin crew took place on 8-9 December, leading to 360 cancelled flights, more are planned over Christmas. 
* スペインで起きるストライキは?What strikes are happening in Spain this Christmas?
USO and SITCPLA union members from Ryanair cabin crew based in Spain have been on strike for five months.
* 英国で起きるストライキは?What strikes are happening in the UK this Christmas?



On the other hand, 
the U.S. Government crushed the desire of the people by using the Military Power of the Government.
The U.S. Government exhibits its Military Power.
And, the U.S. Government crushes the desire of the people.
The U.S. Government is an enemy against "People of the World."

[CNBC]DEC 2 2022
Biden signs bill averting rail worker strike despite lack of paid sick days
* President Joe Biden signed a bill into law making a rail strike illegal, preventing workers from walking off the job weeks before the holiday season.
* Congress intervened as the threat of a strike loomed but did not pass the paid sick leave provisions workers sought.
* The workers and companies had until Dec. 9 to reach an agreement before they vowed to strike, which the industry estimated would cost the U.S. economy $2 billion per day.